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Install LAMP [Apache, Mysql, PHP, Pearl] on Fedora 18

Fedora 19 is switching to MariaDB. The move is due to the suspecious move of Oracle in Mysql development. Here are the quick step to install Apache Server, Mysql Database, PHP, Pearl on Fedora 18. The command Need Root access. Also it will install all the dependencies Open the Command […]

Getting Started With The Raspberry Pi

I got a new Raspberry pi Model B board on the next day I watched the Life of Pi Movie. So these “Pi”s are now influencing my life. So it is time to tweak with Raspberry Pi. I googled the net for unboxing installing tweaking starting up and have fun […]

Desktop Applications with HTML, CSS and Javascript – AppJS

Now a days everybody moving to cloud. But there are still lot of demand for desktop applications. Ubuntu started their call for developers for desktop in developer.ubuntu.com. Desktop applications have lot of advantages over web applications. They are more powerfull, speed, communicate with system, access filesystem easly, working in background […]

Timeline – Javascript Tool for Creating Facebook Like Timeline

Timeline is a JavaScript  tool for creating powerfull interactive timelines like facebook timeline in your own. It provides great interactivity with users.  The timeline works in parallel with a content slider. So you can present different types of contents like video, blogpost, flickr stream, tweets etc… Users can choose to […]

The Play framework for Webapplications with Java and Scala

Play is a Web Application Development framework for Java/Scala Programmers. It is more easy to create high performance and scalable web applications easly with the power of Java and Scala compiler. The new version of Play 2.0 support Java or Scala. Play is recommended for Java people who are writing […]

Installing Apache Mysql PHP in Ubuntu 11.10

LAMP [Linux,Apache,Mysql,PHP] is the most winning combination in today s growning internet to develop dynamic PHP applications. The linux part is replaced by any linux distro like Ubuntu 11.10, Fedora 15, Opensuse 12.1, Debian etc… Linux is the most fast and safest platform to develop PHP applications for todays web. […]

HTML 5 Powered WYSIWYG Editor – Mercury

Mercury is a HTML5 enabled WYSIWYG editor. There are lot of popular WYSIWYG editors like TinyMCE, FC Editor, CK Editor, JWYSIWYG, NicEdit are available in the web. Mercury is a little bit different from others because it uses HTML 5 Features. This editor appeared as a toolbar over the top […]

Bonfire – A ready to go Application Builder using CodeIgniter

Bonfire is a solid code base for starting a project in CodeIgniter, a powerfull framework for creating great PHP applications with lightning speed. Bonfire includes an elegent and customizable admin UI for every project. It also includes a module generator, by using this a developer can generate a database CRUD […]

FuelPHP Released to 1.0

After nine months of work fuelphp 1.0 released. There has been a LOT of work that has culminated in 24,155 lines of code and nearly 40 people contributed to that. Just compare “codeigniter vs fuelphp” and get a “Getting Started with the Fuel PHP Framework” tutorial What is FUEL? Fuel […]

Download Faenza Icons for Gnome – Ubuntu and Fedora

Faenza is a popular icon theme for linux. It is also used in some versions of android to create a great look. Recently a version 1.0 released. Faenza 1.0 adds a number of new icons and even launches support for symbolic icons in GNOME Shell. You will get the original […]

A slik Jquery Image Slider Plugin [4kb] – Orbit

Orbit is an awsome image slider plugin with HTML5 features. It uses Jquery so it is a jquery slider. The size is near 4kb. Works best in Chrome, Safari, FF3.5+ (but is tested for IE7+, FF3.5+, Chrome and Safari).  You can add awsome captions and use css3 to style it. […]

How To “Find And Replace” Words In Multiple Files In a Folder

This is a most tricky one for programmers. I got stuck with a situation. In a folder lot of php files start with SED for Rescue Find and Replace with SED What is SED? SED is a stream editor or line editor in Linux or Unix. It reads input line […]

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